Learn how to say no in English, without feeling guilty. Even if you feel pressure to say yes, you don’t want to disappoint or you’ve already said yes.
Have you ever needed to stop a bad conversation fast but you weren’t sure how to do it in English? Maybe the conversation was uncomfortable, boring, or simply a waste of time and you wanted to end it… but you didn’t know how and you didn’t want to be impolite. Here’s how.
Networking in English and meeting new people are particularly challenging if you’re shy or if you’re an introvert. Plus you have to find the right words in English. Here are my 6 strategies to help you do it with confidence.
Ready to improve your English pronunciation? In this special interview, I chat with Foster — a pronunciation expert and the founder of Inglês Nu E Cru.
Get the best ways to get English speaking practice for your everyday life, no matter how shy you feel or where you live. Daily practice is essential for fluency and confidence.
Need to increase your English vocabulary? In this special guest interview with Ben of IELTSPodcast.com, we talk about smart strategies to increase vocabulary for IELTS, TOEFL and even for daily life.
Do you fear speaking English? Maybe you are nervous others won’t understand you or you’ll make a mistake while speaking. No matter your fear, the good news is you can conquer it. I’ll show you how with practical steps you can begin taking today.
After years of practice, is speaking English still stressful, uncomfortable, and frustrating for you? If English fluency and confidence is your goal and you’ve been studying for years but you still feel shy or nervous, you might be making one of these mistakes. Learn how to avoid these 5 mistakes today.
Do you want to spend less time thinking about what to write in an email in English? Learn how to sound professional & friendly in every email you write with this lesson.
Do you get worried about how to answer the telephone when an English speaker calls you? Nervous about your pronunciation or whether you’re using the right words? In today’s lesson we focus on using the telephone in your everyday English life.